Hundreds flocked to Dilworth Park for the first weekend of ice skating at City Hall.
“We have all 50 years of the truck on display,” noted Mark DiConzo, mobile museum tour manager and spokesperson for Hess.
This week, Hadas Kuznits reports on a West Coast cuisine coming East, an opportunity for a free snack during your holiday shopping spree, and a new Philadelphia restaurant where “no tipping” is their watchword.
Your body uses tricks to manage its heat in ultra-cold situations. But, says Dr. Frederic Bertley, “you can’t shiver forever.”
Saturday was the first day to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Healthcare Act.
Ninth grader Jacob Smith was one of the students from the Pennsylvania Virtual Charter School who were making quilts for the “Ugly Quilt” project.
Hadas Kuznits brings the latest food news from around the Delaware Valley…
Today, at the Bellevue, at Broad and Walnut Streets, former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell helped kick off “Tasting Week.”
The 17th Annual Symposium on Inner-City Education took place at the Gesu School, in North Philadelphia. Andre Robert Lee was the keynote speaker.
World War II veteran Morris Dworkin, 92, was among those honored at the Kennedy Health System just ahead of Veterans’ Day.
A new restaurant, a wine auction for charity, and a display of gingerbread houses to get you in the mood for the holidays!
The show, run by the Women’s Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, will be open through Sunday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The end of Daylight Saving Time can sure impact how people sleep, especially children. So how can you help them adjust?
This week we’ll hear about a new restaurant in Kensington with an in-house butcher shop, a “cake pops” convention coming to Philadelphia, and an event in support of a very special school.
One woman in government is traveling the commonwealth, reaching out to students about voting.